The Morning Stake

The Morning Stake | 2019.08.05

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Weekend Content. I hope you enjoyed the Saturday morning Texas Tech Football Scratch Pad as it’s that time of year where things really start heating up. I hope you enjoyed your time off.

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Dugger to Make MLB Start. Via MLB’s Dawn Klemish, former Texas Tech Red Raider baseballer Robert Dugger will make his MLB debut for the Miami Marlins today:

β€œIt’s what you always dream about,” said Dugger, Miami’s No. 24 prospect per MLB Pipeline. β€œI always wanted to be a Major League baseball player, and the time has come. It’s just … I don’t even really have any words for it. I’m numb, I’m anxious to get out there and pitch and just get those nerves out.”

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Beard Continues Social Media Dominance. From fireside chat to Whataburger for a wedding.

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Rambo at Spur. A-J Media’s Don Williams spoke with linebacker / safety and California transfer Evan Rambo, who is looking to play at that spur position that’s a hybrid of linebacker and safety:

That’s music to the ears of Evan Rambo, a rangy linebacker type who transferred in from California. New defensive coordinator Keith Patterson has piqued the interest of Tech fans with the Spur position β€” what it is, how it’s used, who will play it β€” and Rambo will be one of the first in line to audition for the job.

β€œThat’s an exciting position that I think fits my player type the best,” Rambo said. β€œI used to play safety, moved to inside linebacker and played outside linebacker last year and so that Spur position encompasses that outside linebacker/safety kind of role, being able to play down in the box while still being able to run with guys.”

Miscellaneous . . . Heartland College Sports’ Pete Mundo is ranking the top 25 players and linebacker Jordyn Brooks is #19 . . . via 24/7 Sports, Phil Steele, who writes one of the preseason football magazines, is picking Texas Tech to finish 7th in the Big 12 and has Texas Tech as one of the more improved teams this year . . . AthlonSports’ Allen Kenney picks a handful of upsets, including Texas Tech over Iowa State (did not know that Iowa State travels to West Virginia and then Lubbock back-to-back) . . .

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